Two Brexit Party prospective parliamentary candidates (PPC) have been named.

Julie Pelta, 43, the Brexit Party PPC for Finchley and Golders Green, and Yosef David, 32, the PPC for Hendon have both pledged to rebuild voter trust and fight racism if they are elected as Member of Parliament.

Both candidates, who are from a Jewish background, share the desire to deliver Brexit and the party’s vow to change politics for good.

About Julie Pelta

Ms Pelta grew up in Westcliff-on-Sea but moved to London shortly after attending university in Manchester.

The candidate started her career undertaking roles in sales, marketing and management for global organisations which specialise in healthcare and technology, including medical devices company Ethicon Inc.

She worked with the NHS for over 20 years, founded three businesses and was an advisor to several start-ups.

Ms Pelta said: “I feel immensely privileged to have been selected and to be representing The Brexit Party in Finchley and Golders Green.

“I have lived in the area for over 10 years and know what a vibrant and diverse community I will be representing.”

She added: “I want to serve democracy as well as stand against racism and promote diversity. I encourage you to reach out to me with the issue that matter to you.”

About Yosef David

Located in Golders Green, Mr David is a member of the orthodox Jewish community and has been involved in youth work and general community outreach for 15 years. He remains actively involved in community advocacy.

Currently, Mr David is the director of a cultural and religious family-based charity. He said: “I am delighted to have been selected to stand in the constituency of Hendon.

“I have deep and enduring links to the area as I have grown up, gone to school and today work in Hendon. It will be my honour to give back to my local area and work with residents to support their needs.”